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Safran highlights expanded defense capabilities during the 2023 Quad-A Mission Solutions Summit


Safran was among the exhibitors at the annual Mission Solutions Summit, organized by the Army Aviation Association of America (commonly known as “Quad-A”) last month in Nashville, Tennessee.

Safran Helicopter Engines Booth

Safran Helicopter Engines USA; Safran Data Systems; Safran Electronics & Defense, Avionics USA; and Optics 1 were the companies representing the Group at this important gathering.

As the world’s leading manufacturer of rotorcraft turbines, Safran Helicopter Engines showcased its Arriel helicopter engine. Assembled in Grand Prairie, Texas, the Arriel powers the U.S. Army’s twin-engine UH-72A and UH-72B Lakota helicopters, with over 900 of these powerplants delivered to date. 

Also featured at the Safran booth was the ARTIS 410 multispectral stabilized sight system by Optics 1. ARTIS 410 provides ultra-long-range observation and precision targeting capabilities with high-definition sensors and advanced functions in a single LRU (line-replaceable unit).

Additionally, visitors to the Safran booth were able to learn about Aircraft Information Systems solutions and Flight Test Instrumentation solutions from Safran Data Systems. Products exhibited included Mission Data and Video Recorders (ENERTEC VS1410/1510) and a Data Acquisition Unit (XMA) and a Recorder (MDR).